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Representatives of Chief Prosecutor’s Office of Georgia Met Journalists

09.11.2009
The representatives of chief prosecutor’s office of Georgia held meeting with journalists in Sighnaghi and talked about the new views of the chief prosecutor’s office.”During the last 9 months our department has become open, though we want to make chief prosecutor’s office more transparent”, announced Murtaz Zodelava, the chief prosecutor of Georgia.
The representatives of chief prosecutor’s office introduced the journalists with the criminal law politics to journalists and informed them about implemented and current reforms in the chief prosecutor’s office. David Sakvarelidze, Deputy Chief Prosecutor, Mtskheta District Prosecutor Nika Dgebuadze and Tbilisi deputy prosecutor Girshel Dzebniauri talked about the project “Civil Prosecutor’s Office”.

Giorgi Jokhadze, the head of Analytical Department of the Ministry of Justice of Georgia, presented results of the research. According to the results, citizens assessed Chief Prosecutor’s Office to be the most influential institution and the court to be the weakest institution among law enforcement bodies.

They talked about suspended investigations which lasted several years.”Investigation should not be suspended for months. We plan to implement electronic proceedings for the next year, which will be very important in this process”, stated Murtaz Zodelava.

US Department of Justice supported the meeting with journalists. According to Khatuna Iosava, spokesperson of the ministry of Justice, similar meetings are scheduled in future.

 Source: Kakheti News Centre
Representatives of Chief Prosecutor’s Office of Georgia Met Journalists

The representatives of chief prosecutor’s office of Georgia held meeting with journalists in Sighnaghi and talked about the new views of the chief prosecutor’s office.”During the last 9 months our department has become open, though we want to make chief prosecutor’s office more transparent”, announced Murtaz Zodelava, the chief prosecutor of Georgia.
The representatives of chief prosecutor’s office introduced the journalists with the criminal law politics to journalists and informed them about implemented and current reforms in the chief prosecutor’s office. David Sakvarelidze, Deputy Chief Prosecutor, Mtskheta District Prosecutor Nika Dgebuadze and Tbilisi deputy prosecutor Girshel Dzebniauri talked about the project “Civil Prosecutor’s Office”.

Giorgi Jokhadze, the head of Analytical Department of the Ministry of Justice of Georgia, presented results of the research. According to the results, citizens assessed Chief Prosecutor’s Office to be the most influential institution and the court to be the weakest institution among law enforcement bodies.

They talked about suspended investigations which lasted several years.”Investigation should not be suspended for months. We plan to implement electronic proceedings for the next year, which will be very important in this process”, stated Murtaz Zodelava.

US Department of Justice supported the meeting with journalists. According to Khatuna Iosava, spokesperson of the ministry of Justice, similar meetings are scheduled in future.

 Source: Kakheti News Centre

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